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tomorrow. special report is next. this is a fox news alert. i am bret baier. president obama has a new message for north korean's new leader. >> now is the time for north korea to end the belerge rent approach that they have been taking . to try to lower temperatures. no body wants to see a conflict on the korean peninsula. the united states will take all necessary steps to protect its people and to meet our obligations under our alliances in the region. >> we have fox team coverage. jennifer griffin in the pentagon with the latest on what the u.s. military is doing to prepare for kim jong-un a threat. we begin with greg in south korea. you think tensions are rising in washington, they are at a fever pitch. there is already a new corn this friday morning there. >> hello, greg? >> hey, bret. a u.s. official confirmed to fox news that north korea raised a launcher with a dangerous new missile in a firing position and later lowered that. but experts say north korea is meaning business and that is sending a chill in the korean peninsula. >> area separating north and south korea is tense. c
to say about that with my colleague bret baier. >> i recall when i had to go through my first airplane screening. i'm thinking, this is awful! what they're doing, they're checking me like i'm a criminal and, really bothered me. and then as i saw the amount of, then being able to protect me as citizen of this freight country, it became accepted norm. >> so you think the line shifts? >> i think it shifts basically we're going to expect to see the type of surveillance, scrutiny, the dogs, the police presence at public gathers, yes. i do. bill: this is a national debate that begins anew now. john ashcroft was the attorney general under president george w. bush. ceo of the ashcroft group and with me from his home state. sir, thank you for your time today. i'm curious for you to reflect, you were there in the beginning days 12 years ago. how far have we come? or how far do we still need to go? >> well, first of all, we have come a long way. with the coordinated efforts, things were pretty fragmented until 9/11 gal -- galvanized us and the creation of the department of homeland security. the
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for the remaining suspect in the boston bombings. president just begin briefed on the situation. bret baier is getting ready for the special report is now with us at the moment. brett, what are we hearing about the white house and the president. >> bret: he has been kept in the loop all day. had a national security briefing. the situation at the white house earlier today and the administration as well as members of congress getting briefed by the national counterterrorism center and the president, of course, his own national security team. as the manhunt continues right you are the concern as sources on capitol hill and intelligence sources is a number of different things. one, they would love to take him alive. this is dzhokar tsarnaev because of the possibility of intelligence if there is anyone else besides the two brother's. if they are getting help in any way shame or form. if they had training or tied to something bigger than just the two men. they are concerned about, he is very armed and dangerous as we saw overnight. he may have explosives. they are also looking at the possibility
begins? this is "special report." >> good evening. i'm bret baier, the diagnosis is not encouraging tonight for the president's healthcare reform law on several fronts. we told you last month democrats have joined republicans in opposition to one of the law's revenue producers. this week we learned that a key feature for small businesses is way off schedule. chief national correspondent jim angle has the story. >> parts of obama care starting to fray even before full implementation. the administration says special exchanges dined to designed to make it easier for small businesses will be delayed until 2015. >> a huge portion of the sell job when they passed the law in 2010, there was many -- there were many senators, members of congress saying i'm doing this because it's going to help small businesses. >> since insurance is more expensive for small businesses analysts fear many my stop trying and go on the insurance. >> people leaving employment based insurance and coming into the individual insurance market, their costs and their numbers will overwhelm those who are currently unins
about who did it or why. this is "special report." ♪ >> bret: good evening. i'm bret baier. boston is picking up the pieces tonight, caring for the wounded and preparing to bury the dead from monday's terror attack. here are the headlines. three are dead. 176 of the injured were transported to area hospitals. president obama today called it heinous and cowardly and an act of terror. he said the fbi is investigating it as an act of terrorism. and the president said it is still unclear who is behind the attack. investigators say no person or group has claimed responsibility. we have fox team coverage tonight. chief intelligence correspondent catherine herridge is monitoring the hunt for whoever is responsible from here in washington. at the white house wendell goler tells us what else the president said. we begin in boston with senior correspondent rick leventhal near the bombing sites. hello, rick. >> and, bret, tonight the fbi confirms that it believes both bombs were concealed in black nylon bags or backpacks and would have been heavy. they are asking for anyone who may have seen
and punish as harsh as possible, forget root causes. >> eric: so we do have bret baier? we have bret baier who is standing by and listening. he is going to give us update oat white house reaction to all this. >> bret: first of all, let me commented on what you have been talking about. you have an eight-year-old boy who was killed, martin richard, nine-year-old girl and ten-year-old boy among the 17 listed in critical condition. you have the trauma doctor at the boston children's hospital, an excellent children's hospital coming out and saying to reporters there how sick it was that he had to pull nails and metal shrapnel from little kids in surgery today. many little kids during efforts to save them. so just to add what you were saying. about the investigation, bob, i think you asked a critical question. whether they are holding back information or whether they don't have a lot of leads. when they are asking for anyone, someone knows something about this. somewhere knows something a who did this. they have a lot of tips. 2,000 since today and lots of video to go through. we don't know exac
report." ♪ >> bret: good evening. i'm bret baier. boston is picking up the pieces tonight, caring for the wounded and preparing to bury the dead from monday's terror attack. here are the headlines. three are dead. 176 of the injured were transported to area hospitals. president obama today called it heinous and cowardly and an act of terror. he said the fbi is investigating it as an act of terrorism. and the president said it is still unclear who is behind the attack. investigators say no person or group has claimed responsibility. we have fox team coverage tonight. chief intelligence correspondent catherine herridge is monitoring the hunt for whoever is responsible from here in washington. at the white house wendell goler tells us what else the president said. we begin in boston with senior correspondent rick leventhal near the bombing sites. hello, rick. >> and, bret, tonight the fbi confirms that it believes both bombs were concealed in black nylon bags or backpacks and would have been heavy. they are asking for anyone who may have seen anyone carrying unusually heavy bags near
". >> bret: good evening. i'm bret baier. after a day of bipartisanship, president obama was back to politics today. he followed up thursday's trip to texas with a historic visit to one of his key support groups to talk about one of the most polarizing issues in the country. here is chief washington correspondent, james rosen. >> the first sitting president to address planned pareho mr. obama thanked the 1,000 supporters at the national conference for what he called the remarkable work you're doing. >> somewhere there is a woman who received a new lease on life because of a screening that you provided that helped catch her cancer in time. there is one thing the past few years have shown, it's that planned parenthood is not going anywhere. it's not going anywhere today. it's not going anywhere tomorrow. >> planned parenthood performs an estimated 300,000 abortions a year. president obama never used the word, nor did he mention the ongoing murder trial in philadelphia that captured national attention in which dr. kermit gosnell, an abortion provider, has pleaded not guilty to charges he killed
line, april 26th he followed up with letter. april 29th had the guy, bret baier had the whistle-blower on. "fox and friends" this morning talked about. all day long, on the drudge report it was the lead story. president obama on april 30th, to say i'm not familiar has to be disingenuous. i'll be nice. i will say it one more time. we're treated as fox at arm's length. we're that group over there because we ask this question. here is the other thing. we're not familiar with it. we ask it again. we'll ask it again. what about it? what about the th stonewalling that is going on about with these whistle-blowers. are we going to hear about it? i think i got this in blackberry they are going to call for another hearing on benghazi. >> andrea: the only reason the public knows about it is because of fox news. and excellent reporting of catherine herridge and adam housley sat down with a one on one exclusive. had this man disguised his identity but he said that evening they didn't get the security and the military was told to stand down. he said they could have rushed in and helped. liste
benghazi testimony. this is "special report." good evening. i'm bret baier. our series of reports on the benghazi terror attack and new allegations of intimidation and stonewalling from the administration in just a minute. first, president obama is trying to soft pedal phrases such as "red line" and "game changer" when it comes to syria and chemical weapons and substitute words like we don't know and would have to re-think. the complex and contradictory situation with syria part of a wide-ranging news conference this morning. ed henry our man on the front row. >> this time president obama never used the phrase "red line," instead hedging on the threat he made just eight months ago that the use of chemical weapons by syrian president assad. >> we don't know who when who used them, we don't have a chain of custody that establishes what exactly happened. >> none of those caveats were highlighted when the president made this vow last august. >> a red line for us is we start seeing a whole bunch of chemical weapons moving around or being utilized. that would change my calculus. >> desp
baier is back with us out of washington. talk a bit more about the washington angle on all this, bret. it will be extensive because no matter how this turns out with suspect number two, whether he goes on the run for a while or whether he takes his own life or whether he dies in a shootout here and any one of those three options i think are still a possible outcome, there will still be a long and intense investigation to figure out what can we learn in order to prevent the possibility of this happening yet again. by the way, bret, the reason why this image is on the screen. this is what the police put out at 4:00 a.m. eastern time. this was not part of the photographic dump from last night. this is actually in my view, the best picture we have seen to date of these two killers. dzhokhar tsnaraev on the left in the white hat who they're looking for. he may have an explosive vest. he may have explosives on his person. obviously considered armed and dangerous what we've seen over the past 12 hours with boston pd and mit fer as you mentioned. capitol hill. the national counterterrorism ce
minutes away. 5:00 o'clock eastern time. with me now out of washington, special report anchor, bret baier. i thought it was remarkable the amount of caution that jay carney stuck with today around the 12:00 o'clock hour. he referred a lot of these questions directly to the f.b.i what struck you? >> sure, there is a lot of caution because there are not a lot of answers. we saw what happened today earlier from sourcing there out of boston. the pushback really came from washington here, the department of justice and up on capitol hill sourcing that we had that said right away that they were getting that no arrest was made. what we're hearing is that they do feel like they're getting a lot of information and you mentioned this person that they're looking at and we will likely hear a lot about in the 5:00 o'clock hour. i think that briefing by the f.b.i. at 5:00 p.m. eastern time, you can see right here on fox news channel, will be fascinating. we will find out as we have in each one of these f.b.i. briefings, each one of these briefings from the beginning of this incident, all of the facts an
. this is "special report." blsh >> bret: good evening. i'm bret baier. two major stories tonight on the benghazi terror attack. and what some lawmakers charge is a vast and growing coverup. concerning the assault that left four americans dead, including the u.s. ambassador on 9/11. we still don't know how many people were injured that night. the administration insists those events have been investigated enough and that it's time to move on. we have fox team coverage tonight with two explosive stories. adam housley in los angeles talks exclusively to a special operator who says military help was available, despite what the administration has said. but we begin with accusations that the president's people are making threats against benghazi witnesses. chief washington correspondent james rosen reports from the state department on oincredibly serious charge before congress starts a new round of hearing. good evening, james. >> good evening. secretary of state told lawmakers he doesn't want to spend the next year to come to capitol hill to talk about benghazi. new charges from within his own departm
for watching and we'll see you tomorrow. >> this is a fox news alert. i am bret baier. north korea authorized what it terms merciless military strikes on the united states involving the possible use of what the north is calling cutting edge nuclear-edged weapons. we have breaking news. ed henry traveling with the president in denver and has reaction from the obama administration . we begin with mike emanuel on the latest north korea threat. >> good evening, north korea ratified attack plans with the united states and involving a diversified nuclear strike and latest example of heated rhetoric that could easily escalate. defense secretary chug hagel is taking pyongyang seriously. >> as they have ratcheted up the beliicose dangerous rhetoric and the actions they have taken over the last few weeks present a real and clear danger and threat to the interest certainly of our allice starting with south korea. >> hagel told the military audience that the u.s. is trying to defuse thuation with china and others . the pentagon is dealing with spending cuts starting this year. >> the sequester cut becaus
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't have any tattoos. >> thanks for watching and see you tomorrow. >> this is a fox news alert. i am bret baier, in dallas. we'll have the details about the dedication in a moment. first the headlines, the white house said the syrian government used chemical weapons against its own people. that crosses the red line from period -- president obama. >> we have more evidence that the bombers noted to spled the bombing in the times square. >> and more on the fertilizer explosion. president obama spoke in the memorial. the new george w. bush presidential library and museum was dedicated in a star-studded ceremony here on the campus of southern methodist university. it featured members world's most club. karl has the coverage. >> three former presidents and the current president joined president bush. >> the united states of america must strive to expand the reach of freedom. [ applause ] one of the benefits of freedom is that people can disagree. it is fair to say i created plenty of opportunity to exercise that right. >> president obama's predecessors praised him. >> he takes his job seriously
. >> thanks for watching and see you tomorrow. >> this is a fox news alert. i am bret baier, in dallas. we'll have the details about the dedication in a moment. first the headlines, the white house said the syrian government used chemical weapons against its own people. that crosses the red line from period -- president obama. >> we have more evidence that the bombers noted to spled the bombing in the times square. >> and more on the fertilizer explosion. president obama spoke in the memorial. the new george w. bush presidential library and museum was dedicated in a star-studded ceremony here on the campus of southern methodist university. it featured members world's most club. karl has the coverage. >> three former presidents and the current president joined president bush. >> the united states of america must strive to expand the reach of freedom. [ applause ] one of the benefits of freedom is that people can disagree. it is fair to say i created plenty of opportunity to exercise that right. >> president obama's predecessors praised him. >> he takes his job seriously but not himself too
tracks. bret baier is the anchor of special report. these reports have happened in boston but have reverberated in washington. what is the lead effect of what happened last week on the capitol president, bret. >> reporter: there are a lot of affects. mainly they want to find out how far this goes and if anyone else either helped these two men or may be involved in anyway, shape or form. the investigation as we are being told by law enforcement, and intelligence officials, is as you mentioned fanning out in a number of different ways. one big focus is on tamerlan tsarnaev's trip last year from -- he flew from jfk airport to moscow and went to not only russia but chechnya. we don't know where he went, if he went anywhere else on that six-month journey. he did follow -- come back to the u.s. after that. another part of the investigation is the fbi, and what it knew as far as the questioning of tamerlan. russia had asked the fbi, asked the u.s. government to look into this particular man. questioning had occurred, according to fbi officials and we heard from senator lindsey graham toda
evening. i'm bret baier. the remaining living suspect in monday's boston marathon bombings is in the hospital tonight in serious condition under extraordinary security. tonight we will bring you the complete story of the search and capture and what lies ahead for 19-year-old dzhokhar tsarnaev. his 26-year-old brother died in a shootout with police. we begin in boston and senior correspondent eric shaun. good evening. >> good evening. tonight governor patrick dzhokhar tsarnaev may be in serious condition in downtown boston, but says his condition is stable and not yet able to communicate and he could potentially be charged from the federal government with terrorism-related charges and from the commonwealth of massachusetts, state charges of murder. he's lucky to be alive. when the terror suspect was brought in last night, he was clinging to life. after losing a lot of blood, apparently shot during the carjacking chase thursday night. he was bleeding and weak. federal authorities say a special high value suspect team experienced with accused terrorists, is expected to eventua
the president is doing this morning in terms of how he is keeping apprised on this situation. and bret baier joins us with a little bit more on that. wrong. >> good morning. it has been a long night, obviously in boston as this hunt continues and as we should reset everything. suspect number one killed in a shootout and a chase of suspect number two, basically the hunt continues for him, as you've been talking about. he, the president, has been briefed, we're told throughout this entire time. president obama getting briefed by the homeland security advisor, the aston to the president, in counterterrorism, lisa monaco has been keeping up to date minute by minute, overnight getting the latest which included the information abou boston and watertown getting locked down this morning. we don't have any information about any briefings that are happening. however, i have talked to a number of people up on capitol hill and lawmakers are being briefed early this morning. that includes the current situation in boston as well as what they know about these two brothers and the history. there may be some
on the benghazi terror attack. we're live with that story, plus, our own bret baier weighs in. >>> the dismal jobs numbers and why the media seem to be keeping so quiet about the report. our "news watch" panel takes a look. >>> plus millions of americans in the eye of some very severe storms, tornados, a real possibility. we're live at the extreme weather center. jenna: well, right now the death toll rising in clashes between muslims and christians in egypt. the senior egyptian health ministry official says a second person is dead. about 90 others injured. the violence igniting outside a cathedral in cairo after a funeral for 4:00 christians who were killed in sectarian violence over the weekend. president there, president mohammed morsi condemning the clash. he says he considers any attack on a cathedral and christians an attack against him personally. we'll keep you updated. jon: the manatees are dying in record numbers in florida. a toxic red algae bloom hitting the endangered species especially hard this year and a local wildlife research institute fears the situation will only get worse. phil
in the region. this is "special report." >> bret: good evening. i'm bret baier, the u.s. is responding to north korean nuclear saber rattling with some of its most powerful weapons. american warplanes in at least one war ship are moving into position just in case things escalate from the talking stage. north korea has been known for bombastic rhetoric before. but analysts say this is different. so where is this heading? chief washington correspondent james rosen has our top story. >> in a visit to the palace of the sun, communist party hall and massive mausoleum that houses the remain of current dictator announces top two priorities. strengthening the backwards economy smaller now than 20 years ago and building of more nuclear bombs. in seoul south korea's new president told military commanders to respond forcefully and immediately without waiting for permission if the north acts on formal declaration this past saturday of a state of war. >> as commander and chief of the armed forces, i will trust the military's judgment on abrupt and surprise provocations by north korea as they are the ones wh
. ocuvite. help protect your eye health. >> italian bret baier in washington. north korea has authorized an attack in the war of words on the u.s. defense secretary chuck hagel said earlier today he's taking this situation seriously. so is this more bluster from the north? we'll have live team coverage. >>> president obama is in colorado tonight to push his begugunjebd. one of his top people say there may not be any legislation coming out of congress when it comes to guns. the president wants to come up with ways to help people with bad credit afford a house. critics are asking isn't that what started the housing crisis in the first place? hillary clinton has returned to public life fueling is speculatn about a 2016 run. now back to new york and my colleagues on the five. ♪ >> so it's one of the worst cheatincheating scandals in they of american education. 35 atlanta public school teachers and administrators have been indicted on charges of large scale racketeering and corruption, accused of conspiring to cheat by boosting scores on standardized tests. they'll face jail time, heavy fin
they couldn't have been more clear. this is "special report." ♪ >> bret: good evening, i'm bret baier a stunning display of honesty this week health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius who has already admitted obama care will drive up insurance premiums now says the administration underestimated its complexity as well as the confusion and controversy, obama care has created. chief washington correspondent james rosen has tonight's top story. >> speaking at the harvard school of public health, health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius admitted president obama and his aides failed to foresee that his healthcare overhaul, the 2700 page behemoth mr. obama signed into law with 17,000 pages of regulations would be widely misunderstood. >> probably no one fully anticipated when you have a law that phases in over time how much confusion that creates for a lot of people. >> one republican called those remarks quote border line ridiculous. hardly clay voins how obama's care length and complexity was so confusing. >> perplexity of law myriad of rules and laws that have to
the fbi is ahead. stay with us on the five. >> bret: i'm bret baier in washington. the big story here today the president's gun control push not far from the scene of the sandy hook school shootings. the president is in hartford, connecticut tonight. he will address a gun control rally in a few minutes. when he is done he will welcome several sandy hook families on board air force one to washington where they will lobby capitol hill on tuesday. will they be successful. the u.s. navy is preparing to test a new weapon that has been a long time coming. a solid state laser cannon will be mounted aboard a recently retrofitted surface ship for the first ever laser gun at sea. north korea is now saying it will suspend operations at a factory complex jointly run with south korea. a look back at the life of british foreign prime minister margaret thatcher. she died this morning of a stroke. "special report" from washington starts at 6:00 eastern. now we will extend back to new york and my colleagues with the five. ♪ ♪ >> want to bring your attention once again to the wave of violent attack
." ♪ >> bret: good evening. i'm bret baier. president obama is at this hour promoting his gun control agenda in front of families still trying to recover from last december's sandy hook school shooting. moments ago the president touted connecticut's efforts on gun control passed and signed into law last week saying now, quote: it's time for congress to do the same: chief white house correspondent ed henry has tonight's top story. >> as president obama arrives in connecticut tonight to continue his push for gun control, his aids are back pedaling on a key part of the pitch. the now debunk claim of 40% of gun sales coming without background checks is being massaged. >> a substantial number of purchases of weapons are achieved without background checks. different from two weeks ago when the president appeared at the white house from families new town and other tragedies. >> why wouldn't we want to close the loophole that allows as many as 30% of all gun sales to take place without a background checks. >> gives the president three pinocchios from that since it comes from two decades old study.
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. republicans counter, it is just the same old song. this is "special report". ♪ good evening, i am bret baier. president obama agree his budget is a blueprint. it is for deficit reduction and job creation. republican senator rubio calls it a blueprint for a recession. ed henry has more on the president's hopes to bridge the gap with a grand bargain. >> president obama declared in the rose garden that he can have it all. more tax increases and spending increases on his priorities. >> reduce our deficits at all cost making the investments necessary to grow our economy. this budget answers that argument because we can do both. >> yet the top republican on the senate budget committee jeff sessions quickly noted deficits shrink in the short term but the president's budget wouldad trillion in long-term debt. and so the president planned to include a cut to social security benefits to woo republicans did little to win speaker boehner's heart. >> he deserves credit are for incremental entitlement reformings. i would hope that he would not hold hostage modest reforms for his demand for a bigger tax hi
'm bret baier. north korean leader has his financinger on the button but what is on the other end of the button has the obama administration arguing with itself. u.s. intelligence say he may have a nuclear weapon and the system to deliver it. many in the administration are scrambling to disagree. we have fox team coverage. ed henry tells us about the nuclear intelligence damage control, but we begin with greg palkot in seoul, south korea where diplomacy is the order of the day. >> reporter: it is saturday morning here in seoul. secretary of state kerry is in town. he is on mission and time is running out. >> secretary of state john kerry flew into the eye of the geopolitical storm with meetings with president and foreign minister. he had one clear message for the young leader of negoti in kim jong un. >> it is a huge mistake for him to choose to do that because it will further isolate this country and further isolate his people who frankly are desperate for food, not missile launches. >> reporter: in pyongyang, they are preparing for celebrations and while u.s. official said a lau
younger. it seems like there is one in charge and one follower. >> bret: good evening, i am bret baier. this is a fox news alert. we are seeing the two images that the f.b.i. is labeling as suspects in the boston mara thon bombing. they are known as suspect number one and suspect number two. the f.b.i. released video and still pictures and asked the public's help in identifying these two men. they are considered arm dangerous. we fascinating role of social media . we start with rick levan thal with the last on the pictures. >> dramatic developments in the hour. good news and bad news. the bad news, is that the f.b.i. would not release these still photos if they knew who these guys were. if they spent any time in the united states and based on the video and photographs. someone will reck - recognize them and the f.b.i. could give them the information it needs . we'll show you the radio and stills. suspect number one wearing a dark jacket and hat and backpack and wearing khakies. the suspect number two wearing it backgrounds and dark jacket and jeans . suspect number two was seen putting
on twitter. follow me at bret baier. a partial victory today for the philadelphia abortion doctor accused of murdering one patient and seven babies. it came much earlier than expected. correspondent shannon bream has the story which contains disturbing material. >> today marked the official start of the defense case on behalf of kermit gosnell. the philadelphia abortion doctor accused of killing multiple babies who were born alive at his clinic. described in the 300 page grand jury report as a place of horror. the defense attorney jack machine man successfully persuaded the judge to throw out several of the charges against gosnell. including three first-degree murder charges. mcmahon had argued that the evidence presented by the prosecution didn't support the legal case against gosnell saying, quote: there is not one piece of objective scientific evidence that anyone was born alive at gosnell's clinic. the remaining charges are significant. including four first-degree murder charges that could subject gosnell to the death penalty. the defense continues that the new independent online docu
of president george w. bush. from dallas, texas, this is special report. >>> good evening. i'm bret baier. we are coming to you live from the campus of southern methodist university in dallas site of the new george w. bush presidential library and museum. the facility here will be dedicated tomorrow with all four living ex-presidents and president obama on hand. we'll have more on that in just a bit.
'm bret baier. we are coming to you live from the campus of southern methodist university in dallas site of the new george w. bush presidential library and museum. the facility here will be dedicated tomorrow with all four living ex-presidents and president obama on hand. we'll have more on that in just a bit. in is a fox news alert. a major development in the boston bombing investigation. we now know that at least two american security organizations were tipped off by the russians about the alleged radicalization of one of the suspects, but no larger alarm bells went off. each day now seems to bring with it another confusing or conflicting statement from administration officials on some element of this investigation. chief intelligent correspondent kathryn herrage has the story. >> they confirm to fox news that the cia was contacted by the russian counterparts in september of 2011 with virtually the same information the fbi was given six months earlier, that the russians believe tamerlan tsarnaev was a radical islamist. they were told that at the cia's request that he was entered into a
in charity golfing and taking a painting. bret baier will air his interview with president bush and former first lady bush at 6:00 p.m. eastern. >>> thank you so much elizabeth prann in washington p. >>> i would love to see those. this missing brown university student. a body found in the river might be that of the missing 22-year-old. he was last seen march 16th near his apartment on campus. >> serious flames from this mulch fire shootling into the sky in maryland. they are battling the fire with the help of brush and foam units. it is 200 by 500 feet in size and 50 feet tall. luckily no buildings are in danger of being damaged. >> for the first time a new deadly bird flu virus is spreading outside of china's mainland. a man from taiwan is in serious condition after contracting that virus while traveling in china. experts are working to develop a vaccine for the flu which has more than 100 people sick and has killed 22. it is still not clear if the virus can be spread from person to person. >>> and it is time now for your first degree weather update with maria molina. >> we could be seein
. >> this is a fox news alert. i am bret baier, in dallas. we'll have the details about the dedication in a moment. first the headlines, the white house said the syrian government used chemical weapons against its own people. that crosses the red line from period -- president obama. >> we have more evidence that the bombers noted to spled the bombing in the times square. >> and more on the fertilizer explosion. president obama spoke in the memorial. the new george w. bush
. this is "special report". >> bret: good evening. i'm bret baier. after a day of bipartisanship, president obama was back to politics today. he followed up thursday's trip to texas with a historic visit to one of his key support groups to talk about one of the most polarizing issues in the country. here is chief washington correspondent, james rosen. >> the first sitting president to address planned pareho mr. obama thanked the 1,000 supporters a
whistle blowers into silence. this is "special report." blsh >> bret: good evening. i'm bret baier. two major stories tonight on the benghazi terror attack. and what some lawmakers charge is a vast and growing coverup. concerning the assault that left four americans dead, including the u.s. ambassador on 9/11. we still don't know how many people were injured that night. the administration insists those events have been
with nuclear armed north korea. coming up bret baier will join us with the latest response from washington, d.c. law enforcement in texas on high alert today after a d.a. and his wife were murdered in their home. we'll talk with a former fbi special agent about this disturbing case and who the fbi may be focusing on hi. i'm henry winkler. and i'm here to tell homeowners that are 62 and older about a great way to live a better retirement. it's called a reverse mortgage. [ male announcer ] call right now to receive your free dvd and booklet with no obligation. it answers questions like how a reverse mortgage works, how much you qualify for, the ways to receive your money, and more. plus, when you call now, you'll get this magnifier with l.e.d. light absolutely free. when you call the experts at one reverse mortgage today, you'll learn the benefits of a government-insured reverse mortgage. it will eliminate your monthly mortgage payments and give you tax-free cash from the equity in your home. and here's the best part -- you still own your home. take control of your retirement today. ♪ ♪ jon
. just want to mention something before we go down to d.c. our bret baier is standing by with brand-new information about what happened overnight. we want to mention that umass dartmouth shut down their campus website earlier today. the reason why it's relevant is they announced that the suspect is a registered student at the university and currently happening now is an evacuation of that campus. schools in the area whether it's elementary schools, handgunses or universities have closed down, as has the entire city of boston virtually closed down to help law enforcement just clear the streets and keep everyone out of the way as they try to find the wanted man on your screen. bret baier is with us, we have about 90 seconds before a quick break. tell us what you can about what you've learned about what transpired overnight. >> reporter: just to reiterate what you're saying how dangerous this situation. the throwing out of home-made bombs out of that carrow figureses tell us that they were pipe bombs and home frayed grenades and at least one pressure cooker. cooker one of the type of b
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." ♪ ♪ >> good evening. i'm chris wallace in for bret baier. despite the prospect of major furloughs because of the sequester and the fact he is two months late submitting a budget, president obama is spending much of this week fundraising. that fact is not lost on republicans who are more than happy to point out the cost of the president's mostly political trip. white house correspondent wendell goler has our top story tonight. for second part president obama scheduled four fund raisers cash collection drive to put nancy pelosi back in the speakers chair with the democrats winning the house in november of next year. less than three months after taking the oath of office for a final time. mr. obama was back on the campaign trail because, quote: my job is to make sure we move the country forward and i think we can best do that if nancy pelosi is speaker of the house once again. not surprisingly republicans disagreed. the rnc releasing a video with comments from the president's last campaign to criticize his latest. >> we should ask the very wealthiest americans to pay a little bit more, pay
information when we have it. but thank you all for coming. thank you very much. >> i'm bret baier in washington. you're looking live in boston. this is a fox news alert. that was boston police commissioner ed davis saying that no one is in custody, but they do have a heavy police presence at various hospitals. this as we had reports about a person of interest being guarded at one hospital. terror on patriots day. what was supposed to be a boston marathon celebrating life. an iconic eye vent, the fulfillment of life long dreams for many has turned into a deadly nightmare. at least two people have been killed, dozens others have been injured and maimed. and at least two explosions near the finish line of the venerable boston marathon. a third incident at the jfk library, officials are not sure, they believe it was fire related, perhaps not tied to the bombings. it's a bit vague at this hour. fox news is being told that authorities were guarding a person in the hospital who may be a person of interest. you just heard the police commissioner addressing some of the questions there abou
at it on foxnew it is.comwith bret baier is next. so we are looking at the video here. greg, you mentioned stuff
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